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2015 Conference Proceedings
ON-SITE X-RAY VISION: THE ROLE OF FIELD STUDIES TO LEARN MATERIALS AND DETAILING
This session will consider how on-site field studies and detailing notebooks offer lessons about real construction materials that cannot be replicated in the classroom itself.
Opposites Attract - Collaboration between Science and the Arts at the world's premier Magnetic Research Laboratory
Printing Luminaires: A Study of the Light Filtering Characteristics of 3-D Translucent Printing Materials
This presentation examines translucent 3-D printing materials for use in lighting design. Materials are studied in conjunction with multiple lamp types and applied to a pendant luminaire prototype.
Raising the Bar on Pinterest: History of Interiors in a New Context
This presentation details the use of Pinterest in History of Interiors where critical thinking is employed in reading, elaborating on knowledge gained, and illustrating understanding with imagery and writing.
Respectful Collaboration: Teaching Collaborative Skills to FirstYear Students BEFORE They Form Their Discipline Identities
This study used charettes and other research to investigate a new common core experience for interdisciplinary collaboration within a multidisciplinary architectural college for the first-year level.
REVISITING THE ROLE OF INTERIOR DESIGN IN BUILDING FIRE SAFETY: A PLAN FOR ACTION
Based on content analysis of national fire incident data-bases, the project develops eight illustrated principles of fire safe design, based on a conception of interior contents as "fuel."
Should We Call A Lawyer? Legal Complexities of Student Internships
Two very different legal issues affect interior design internships: student liability issues and illegal use of students for unpaid work. Programs are encouraged to define their internships and create appropriate liability paperwork.
Small Business Off-Campus Start-Up: Developing an Interior Design Research Center for Community Engagement
An Interior Architecture department with a CIDA-accredited BFA program develops a community design center, engaging students directly with Professional Practices through planning and execution.
Space + Pedagogy: The Reggio Approach
What does successful partnership between educational approach, architecture, and user look like? Using the Reggio Approach as a vehicle of study, this investigation provides answers.
Storytellers of Life: Insights Older Adults Can Provide on Empowerment and Their Well-Being
Narrative inquiry used as the data gathering method for a study that explored the built environment’s role in perceived empowerment by skilled nursing residents.
Studio-based History Lessons: Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Discover Midcentury Values
A collaborative studio offers an opportunity for students to discover and make the goals of Modern society tangible and meaningful in their work.
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